The Earth story in the New Testament / edited by Norman C. Habel and Vicky Balabanski. - London ; New York : Cleveland : Sheffield Academic Press ; Pilgrim Press, 2002. - xix, 225 p. ; 24 cm. - Earth Bible 5 .

Includes bibliographical references (p. [193]-211) and indexes.

Six ecojustice principles -- Ecojustice hermeneutics: reflections and challenges / Earth Bible team -- Matthew 6:25-34: human anxiety and the natural world / Adrian M. Leske -- Good news - for the earth?: reflections on Mark 1:1-15 / William Loader -- When is the end not the end?: the fate of earth in biblical eschatology (Mark 13) / Keith D. Dyer -- Swords into ploughshares: the end of war? (Q/Luke 9:62) / Alan H. Cadwallader -- An ecojustice challenge: is earth valued in John 1? / Norman C. Habel -- Which intertext? A response to an ecojustice challenge: is earth valued in John 1? / Elizabeth Wainwright -- John 1 - the Earth Bible challenge: an intra-textual approach to reading John 1 / Vicky Balabanski -- Storing up death, storing up life: an earth story in Luke 12:13-34 / Anne Elvey -- Reconnecting with the waters: John 9:1-11 / Oyeronke Olajubu -- A footstool or a throne?: Luke's attitude to earth (ge) in Acts 7 / Michael Trainor -- The cosmic Christ and ecojustice in the new cosmos (Ephesians 1) / Elmer Flor -- Earth as host or stranger?: reading Hebrews 11 from diasporan experience / Alan H. Cadwallader -- There's a new world coming!: reading the Apocalypse in the shadow of the Canadian Rockies / Harry O. Maier -- Alas for earth!: lament and resistance in Revelation 12 / Barbara R. Rossing.

0826460607 (Sheffield) 0829815015 (Pilgrim)


Bible.--N.T.--Criticism, interpretation, etc.


Human ecology in the Bible


Earth--Religious aspects--Christianity.

BS2417.E23 / E23 2002

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